Tort lawsuits involving two Ford Crown Victoria owners are profiled in my e-book. Late 1950s indemnity suits weren't like 1970s cases vs. the Chevrolet Corvair and Volkswagen Beetle years later. However, justices in trial courts and appellate divisions began to rule against manufacturers that knowingly delivered cars made with obvious defects. Among these were flawed brake mechanisms on Fords.
Pre-1968 Corvettes had a fatal flaw. The cars could quickly become an inferno or flaming torch if they were hit in their rear ends by another auto traveling at a moderate rate of speed. The text of my work recounts the effort of a Sacramento, California attorney to prove that General Motors was partially responsible for a horrific wreck which killed two men and left a woman disfigured for life.
Ralph Nader was a critic of the Chevrolet Corvair. A book he wrote cited the rear-engine car's tendency to roll over, even at slow speeds. Nader was vocal at Senate hearings regarding Corvair's most egregious flaw. This was a seepage of carbon dioxide into the car's passenger compartment. My ebook looks at GM's consistent denials of any problems despite numerous deaths among Corvair owners.
With over 34 deaths reported so far due to sudden acceleration of Toyotas and thousands of reports of Toyota and Lexus stuck accelerator/gas pedals, you must get this guide to learn how to safely regain control of your car and prevent you or someone you love from getting injured. Even Toyota has said they are not sure the recall repairs will fix the problem. Protect yourself now & prevent panic.
This book was written to help the typical car buyer purchase the safest, well-suited vehicle for the buyer and his/her family at the best possible price and terms. We wrote this booklet to help level the informational playing field between today's vehicle buyers and sellers. A typical US vehicle buyer buys one new or used vehicle every four years.
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